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Boullier: McLaren will have a good car in 2015

McLaren boss Eric Boullier is confident his outfit's 2015 challenger will be up to scratch thanks to internal changes and the switch to Honda engines. While McLaren have had a solid power unit this year thanks to Mercedes, their chassis hasn't been the best hence their struggles on track. Both Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button finished on the podium in Australia, but it has been a battle since then as they have been well off the pace of front-runners Merc. Although the current season is far from over, Boullier feels they are in for a much better 2015 campaign. "I do have the confidence that we will have a good car from next year, just because we addressed all the issues internally and...
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